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Have you ever wondered how the AHA Instructor Training Process works? It can get confusing, but this article will help walk you through the process from start to finish. If you’re interested in becoming an instructor and still have questions
I was recently asked “Who is qualified to perform routine inspections of automated external defibrillators (AEDs)?” My short answer is everyone and anyone but as with most things, there is room for an expanded discussion and some clarification. Bear in
Connecticut follows the National Registration of Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) program for both Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). If you wish to apply for certification in another state, please review their guidelines and requirements noted with
As the slate of CPR programs offered by the American Heart Association has a few choices, one of the things that needs determining is which level do you need? Is it BLS Provider or Heartsaver for instance? Let’s focus on
I drove into Savannah to teach a CPR class last week . Along the way are a large number of roadside billboards. The closer to the city, the more signs. Big signs, bright signs, attention grabbing signs. And each one
Very often we are asked if the advanced ECG and Pharmacology course is the same as the ACLS course. The answer is No. They are two different courses. Let’s analyze each of them to understand the similarities and the differences.
We find that many childcare professionals have questions about which First Aid and CPR training is best for their profession. By the time you’re done reading, you’ll know exactly what you need to be successful in your job! Safety needs
The American Heart Association (AHA) is a research-based organization that provides guidance and evidence-based standards to other organizations like the American Red Cross (ARC) for many years. The AHA has funded more than $4.5 billion in heart disease and stroke
If you have recently completed an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) program first, CONGRATULATIONS. That is a huge accomplishment. What happens next, takes some time. In Connecticut, the state follows the National Registry of Emergency Medical
Code One Training Solutions is committed to providing the highest quality of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training possible. As we are all faced with new challenges during this pandemic, Code One Training Solutions is committed to the safety of our students
I remember bringing my newborn son home from the hospital. Every noise he made, every grimace, move-you name it-caught my attention. I thought he was a piece of fragile china and I panicked that any wrong breath or movement could
American Heart Association (AHA) instructors function as part of a hierarchy within the Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training and education division. From the top down, the AHA designates Training Centers (TCs) to oversee and supervise the activities of Training Sites